Posts in Americana
Lydia Loveless

Lydia Loveless is a young alt-country songwriter with an old soul. She’s a brazen lyricist with a snarky punk ethos filtered through the lens of honky tonk country music.

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David Wax Museum

David Wax Museum were elevated to national fame after winning a contest for a spot at the Newport Folk Festival in 2010, and they went on to win a Boston Music Award for best Americana act the same year. Describing themselves as “Mexo-Americana,” they fuse two highly musical cultures that rarely interact.

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Blackfoot Gypsies

Blackfoot Gypsies prefer the stylish sounds of the 60’s to current melodies. They dress the part with paisley kerchiefs, flowing open button-ups, and flared bell-bottoms. They let their hair grow long and cover the tops with captain’s hats and fedoras while sporting colorful embroidery on guitar straps and cases.

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Great Peacock

Great Peacock is an Americana rock band whose indie sensibilities blend well with their Southern roots. Their official bio reads, “You can call Great Peacock a folk band… but don’t expect them to make music for campfires or square dances. 

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Judah & the Lion

Judah & the Lion are an internally focused, compassionate folk rock group. Nate, Brian and Judah began the project while attending Belmont University back in 2011. Three men with different upbringings brought their unique musical approaches together to form the band’s big, upbeat sound.

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